The creator of this “builder’s special” manufactured it for his relatives. On the outside, it plays awesome with its neighbors, offering you only a hint of what is within it.
I share with a lot of of you your dismay at seeing all these bland gray modern-day packing containers that pop up in the middle of beautifully harmless 19th- and early-20th-century rowhouse blocks and adhere out like sore thumbs.
Thankfully, there are builders who choose the time to style and design and build modernist properties that respect their neighbors’ sensibilities. Usually, they do so by hiding them at the rear of the facades of already present houses.
This Cedar Park rebuilt rowhouse for sale is one these types of house. About the only clue it presents to what you will come across on the inside is its reworked second-flooring front window bay, which speaks the modernist language in an in any other case standard row.
Developer Ryan Spak, whose Spak Team operates at the intersection of sector-amount and social-effect development, rebuilt this rowhouse to accommodate himself and his spouse and children. That signifies you can expect to come across a nicely outfitted, properly executed present day residence within.
You should not be amazed, then, to open up its entrance door and find a totally modern, completely open up key flooring that nevertheless will make crystal clear distinctions amid its dwelling space, dining home and kitchen.
Also distinguishing this flooring are design features that give the place additional warmth. The main these ingredient is the exposed brick wall that stretches the length of the dwelling and eating spaces. A floating staircase to the second ground provides extra visible appeal.
The living-home portion has a ventless gasoline hearth with a granite surround and a bay window up front. The entrance door features a custom made Artwork Deco leaded-glass window.
The eating room also has a bay window and sits appropriate upcoming to the kitchen. It’s actually significant more than enough to accommodate a dining table that seats 10.
The kitchen area has breakfast bar seating for two and loads of storage room, which include tons of pantry room bordering its fridge.
In the back, past the powder home, you will obtain a grassy backyard and a smaller rear porch which is however big enough to accommodate a grill there is a gasoline line hookup for just one currently. A handsome wooden fence encloses it.
The 3 upstairs bedrooms share a huge hall bath.
The key bedroom is in front, behind the fashionable window bay. It has two closets, 1 of them a large wander-in. The middle bedroom, currently decorated as a child’s bed room, could also function as a home office.
Down below the primary ground you will locate a second powder room, two storage closets, an additional pantry, the laundry home (which has a second fridge in it) and a significant recreation/media place. The media place part has a reclaimed-wooden accent wall.
Appears to be sharp, does not it? And this Cedar Park rebuilt rowhouse for sale is near to community searching on Chester Avenue and the places to eat and stores that line Baltimore Avenue. Also on Chester Avenue: the Route 13 trolley for quick vacation to the Penn campus and Center Town.
And you can get all of this for a pretty appealing rate.
THE Fine PRINT
BATHS: 1 full, 2 fifty percent
Square Ft: 2,448
SALE Cost: $349,500
OTHER Stuff: This residence also has an electric-auto charging station. Its sale price tag was lowered by $5,400 on Aug. 31st. The listing agent has a economical fascination in the assets he really should, considering the fact that he lived in it.
1022 S. 51st St., Philadelphia, PA 19143 [Ryan Spak | Common Ground Realtors]
Current Sept. 1, 3:03 p.m., to appropriate the sale value.